International Security Solutions is a technology security solutions company offering the latest technology in DSX Access Control Systems in Australia and New. DSX Quick Reference Card. DSX Access Systems, Inc. Rockwall Road, Dallas, Texas Voice Voice. General Information. The DSX is an independent processing, two door intelligent controller designed to be a cost effective building block of the DSX.
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DSX Access Systems has earned a reputation for leading-edge design and rock-solid performance in access panel controllers. 10222 Information The DSX is an independent processing, two door intelligent controller designed to be a cost effective building block of the DSXhardware platform that allows expansion in a scalable manner.
Up to 2 doors can be controlled from 1 enclosure allowing it to be strategi-cally deployed where a few number of readers are required such as parking garages, gates and other remote situations. This newly designed controller has several new features dwx as fuses in line with the common terminals on all four relay outputs. Battery Test and Load Shed are also new features incorporated into the panel to protect the panel and its backup battery.
The first Controller of each location is dsxx as the Master.
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Each DSX operates as a fully distributed processing control panel that retains all data necessary for system operation in its own Dx. Each DSX checks its database to make decisions about access control, alarm monitoring, and time zone changes. Any combination of reader technologies may be used in the same system.
The RAM memory allocation is dynamic between database and event storage and set for optimum use by the Host PC according to data entered for that location.
Two Inputs input 7s are designated as the Door Position Inputs for ddsx reader controlled doors.
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Two Inputs input 8s are designated as the Exit Request Inputs for the reader controlled doors. The remaining four Inputs are then left for point monitoring of any contact closure output device. Two Outputs output 1s are the Form-C, fused at 1 Amp, relay outputs to control the locks for the reader controlled doors. Two Outputs output 2s are also Dax, fused at 1 Amp, relay outputs that are programmed and used in csx same ways as all other outputs.
All Relay Outputs have 1A fuses in series with the Common terminal. Two Pre-Warn Outputs of the DSX are used to indicate the controlled doors are being held open and about to go into alarm. These open collector outputs reset automatically when the door is closed. The end result is real time communications similar to that of a direct serial esx connection.
The RS communications from the MCI to the Master utilizes two twisted pair cable for the data and one pair for power. The controller communicates with the PC at a default baud rate of As long as the communications signal arrives at the Master as RS and RS at the PC in an asynchro-nous, full duplex mode, operating at baud, the method of commu-nication in between can be just about any mode of transport such as Direct Wire, T1, Lease Line, or Fiber Optics.
The Controller will auto-dial to the PC all Alarm and supervisory conditions. Panel to Panel Communications is a true point to point, regenerative, RS, 4-wire, communications method. This allows the panel to panel network communications to be regenerated at each controller provid-ing up to feet of distance between controllers over two twisted pair cable. ddsx
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Panel to Panel communications can be configured in a series loop, star configuration, or both. Star configurations require aDSX Quadraplexor. ABN 57 WinDSX allows the user to define an unlimited number of access levels and to assign as many access levels as required to each card. WinDSX also provides for Temporary 102 levels that have start and stop dates associated with each card.
Each access level represents a set of Where Card Reader and When Timezone criteria that determine the access priveleges for the card.